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Peter Leko vs Pocket Fritz (Computer)
Mainz CC Pocketfritz (2001) (rapid), Mainz GER, rd 4, Jun-30
Caro-Kann Defense: General (B10)  ·  1-0



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Jul-29-04  Capafan9: does anyone know what pocket fritz is. Is it like on of those handheld games?
Sep-18-04  LOUDERMILK: It's for palm pilots
Dec-31-04  aw1988: 5...Ngf6?? 6. Nd6#
Dec-31-04  azaris: 5. Qe2?! Leko you patzer!
Mar-03-05  soberknight: <azaris> Who you calling patzer? :) It's often useful when playing computers to deviate from book lines, which Leko does on moves 4 and 5. When the computer has to think on its own, it often makes silly, antipositional decisions. For an extreme example, see the games of Eduard Nemeth, who has played 1 e4 c5 2 Na3 against computers.
Apr-07-06  EricCartman: e4 c5 Na3 is not very extreme...
Feb-22-07  vesivialvy93: What !!! an extreme tactical blunder pocket fritz 2.0 is better than that ???

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